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Halifax Mooseheads
City: Halifax, Nova Scotia
League: Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
Conference: Eastern
Division: Atlantic
Founded: 1994 (1994)–95
Home Arena: Halifax Metro Centre
Colours: Brown, green, black, red
                   
Head Coach: Flag of Canada Cam Russell
General Manager: Flag of Canada Megan Lawlor

Halifax Mooseheads are a CHL team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. They hosted the 2000 Memorial Cup in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Mooseheads junior franchise was founded in 1994–95 when they first enter the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League as the first team in the Maritimes which includes Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. The Mooseheads franchise was sold in 2003 former NHL player Bobby Smith bought the franchise from Mooseheads Breweries.

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History

The QMJHL expanded to the city of Halifax for the 1994-95 season.

Coaches

  • Cam Russell - 2000–01*,
  • Chris Donnelly - 2003–04*
  • Marcel Patenaude - 2004–05*
  • Al MacAdam - 2004–05 to 2005–06
  • Cam Russell - 2006–07 to present

*interim (regular head coach fired, sick or suspended)

Players

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NHL alumni

Retired numbers

Top scorers

List of top scorers by season.

  • 1994–95 - Brant Blackned - 97 pts
  • 1995–96 - Éric Houde - 88 pts
  • 1996–97 - François Sasseville - 73 pts
  • 1997–98 - Alex Tanguay - 85 pts
  • 1998–99 - Ladislav Nagy - 126 pts
  • 1999–00 - Ramzi Abid - 158 pts
  • 2000–01 - Jason King - 89 pts
  • 2001–02 - Jason King - 99 pts
  • 2002–03 - Stuart MacRae - 96 pts
  • 2003–04 - Daniel Sparre - 68 pts
  • 2004–05 - Daniel Sparre - 68 pts
  • 2005–06 - David Brine - 100 pts
  • 2006–07 - Jakub Voráček - 86 pts
  • 2007–08 - Jakub Voráček - 101 pts
  • 2008-09 - Tomas Knotek and Yuri Cheremetiev, tie - 49 pts

Goaltenders

List of starting goaltenders by season.

  • 1994–95 - Frederic Cassivi (traded), Jean-Sébastien Giguère
  • 1995–96 - Jean-Sébastien Giguère
  • 1996–97 - Jean-Sébastien Giguère
  • 1997–98 - Martin Bilodeau
  • 1998–99 - Alexei Volkov
  • 1999–00 - Alexei Volkov
  • 2000–01 - Pascal Leclaire, Dany Dallaire (acquired)
  • 2001–02 - Dany Dallaire
  • 2002–03 - Jonathan Boutin, Guillaume Lavallee (acquired)
  • 2003–04 - Jason Churchill, Jonathan Boutin, Justin Young (traded to PEI)
  • 2004–05 - Jason Churchill, Jeremy Duchesne (acquired)
  • 2005–06 - Jeremy Duchesne
  • 2006–07 - Jeremy Duchesne (traded to Val-d'Or), Roger Kennedy, Mark Yetman
  • 2007–08 - Pier-Olivier Pelletier, Mark Yetman
  • 2008–09 - Mark Yetman

Roster -

Yearly results

Legend: OTL = Overtime loss, SL = Shootout loss

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL SL Points Pct % Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing
1994–95 72 24 42 6 - - 54 0.375 257 317 6th in Dilio
1995–96 70 32 36 2 - - 66 0.471 258 262 4th in Dilio
1996–97 70 37 29 4 - - 78 0.557 267 255 3rd in Dilio
1997–98 70 24 41 5 - - 53 0.379 263 316 5th in Dilio
1998–99 70 46 20 4 - - 96 0.686 298 206 2nd in Dilio
1999–00 72 41 20 6 5 - 93 0.611 316 259 2nd in Maritimes
2000–01 72 32 24 10 6 - 80 0.514 235 253 1st in Maritimes
2001–02 72 39 21 9 3 - 90 0.604 267 197 2nd in Maritimes
2002–03 72 44 15 10 3 - 101 0.681 289 206 1st in Maritimes
2003–04 70 17 43 7 3 - 44 0.293 194 274 4th in Atlantic
2004–05 70 42 16 10 2 - 96 0.671 242 172 1st in Atlantic
2005–06 70 35 33 - 1 1 72 0.507 246 258 5th in East
2006–07 70 32 31 - 3 4 71 0.457 269 287 6th in East
2007–08 70 42 23 - 0 5 89 0.600 278 241 1st in East
2008–09 68 19 41 - 3 5 46 0.279 193 290 6th in Atlantic
2009-10 10 1 9 - 0 0 2 0.100 30 46 6th in Atlantic

External links

  • Mooseheads official web site
  • The Q Files Metro Halifax's Mooseheads Blog
  • QMJHL Arena Guide profile
  • QMJHL official web site
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